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Chelsea are leading the £40million race for Falcao, Manchester United want Barcelona's Thiago Alcantara, while Swansea want Alejandro Pozuelo.

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DAILY STAR

Chelsea have edged ahead of Manchester City and Real Madrid in the race to net £40million striking sensation Falcao.

David Moyes will wait on the breakdown of his transfer budget before deciding on his Everton future.

Aston Villa believe they will fight off the big boys and hold on to rising stars Christian Benteke and Andreas Weimann.

THE SUN

Michael Laudrup has a £10million price put on his head by Swansea.

Rio Ferdinand's racism row escalated last night when the FA said they had no evidence of the vile chants from fans.

Simon Mignolet insists Sunderland's players are geared up for their relegation scrap.

Jack Cork claims Southampton striker Rickie Lambert is a better player than Chelsea's Fernando Torres.

Carlo Ancelotti wants PSG to offer David Beckham a new 12-month deal.

Nathan Dyer reckons leaving Swansea would be akin to committing football suicide.

Swansea are keeping tabs on Real Betis duo Jose Canas and Alejandro Pozuelo.

Andre Villas-Boas has thanked Swansea for turning Steven Caulker into one of the country's finest defenders.

DAILY MIRROR

The FA last night broke its silence on the Rio Ferdinand abuse row to warn they will ban any England fan guilty of racist chanting.

Leeds manager Neil Warnock is fuming after a loan deal for Stoke winger Jermain Pennant was blocked at the last minute.

Swansea are keeping tabs on Alejandro Pozuelo, Real Betis' contract rebel.

Martin O'Neill has sounded a wake-up call to £8million striker Connor Wickham.

Sir Alex Ferguson has warned Sunderland fans that their team is in real relegation trouble.

Andre Villas-Boas has thanked Swansea for returning Steven Caulker to them as an international defender.

DAILY MAIL

Liverpool are favourites to sign Chrisian Eriksen from Ajax.

Albanian keeper Etrit Berisha confirmed Fulham have shown an interest in him.

Manchester United are set to re-ignite their interest in Barcelona's Thiago Alcantara.

DAILY EXPRESS

Arsene Wenger has warned his players they're playing for their futures.

David Moyes is waiting to discover what budget he has to work with before deciding whether to sign a new Everton contract.

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